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bms 0610 r0 risk and opportunities

BMS.0610 R0

Business Management System - Risks and Opportunities

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1. Purpose
1.1.

This procedure has been developed by MAS Solutions to define the controls necessary to analyze
and evaluate potentially undesirable situations and to estimate the risk of their occurrence. This
procedure also identifies techniques and tools used by MAS for risk identification, assessment,
and mitigation.

2. Scope
2.1.

Risk management activities defined by this procedure may be applied at any level of the
organization, based on the situation and risk under consideration.

2.2.


The requirements of this procedure shall be applied as necessary to achieve desirable outcomes.
Application of this procedure shall be at the direction of MAS’ management.

3. Terms and Definitions










Residual Risk: Risks remaining after protective measures have been taken.
Risk: Combination of the probability of occurrence of a negative outcome and the severity
of that outcome.
Risk Analysis: Systematic use of available information to identify potentially undesirable
situations and to estimate the risk.
Risk Assessment: Overall process comprising a risk analysis and risk evaluation.
Risk Control: Process through which decisions are reached and protective measures are
implemented for reducing risks to, or maintaining risk within, specified levels.
Risk Evaluation: Judgment, on the basis of risk analysis, of whether a risk which is acceptable
has been achieved in a given context.
Risk Management: Systematic application of management policies, procedures and
practices to the tasks of analyzing, evaluating and controlling risk.
Safety: Freedom from unacceptable risk.
Severity: Measure of the possible consequences of a potentially undesirable situation.

4. Risk Management Process
4.1.

MAS has established and maintains a process for identifying potentially undesirable situations
associated with the provision of services, estimating and evaluating the associated risks,
controlling these risks and monitoring the effectiveness of the control. This risk management
process includes the following elements:


Risk Analysis

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Risk Evaluation
Risk Control
Post- process Information

5. Risk Analysis Process
5.1.

Risk Analysis shall be performed using a risk management plan that has been approved by the
Management Representative or responsible manager. This plan shall include the system used for
qualitative or quantitative categorization of probability estimates and determining their severity
level (see example, Appendix A).

5.2.

MAS shall use all available information and data to estimate the risk(s) for each potentially
undesirable situation. MAS shall record this estimation of the risk as part of the risk assessment
file.

6. Risk Evaluation and Control
6.1.

MAS shall use the criteria defined in the risk management plan to estimate the significance of
each identified potentially undesirable situation (see example, Appendix A).

6.2.

MAS shall identify risk control measures that are appropriate for reducing identified risks to an
acceptable level. MAS shall then implement the risk control measure(s) selected, and shall verify
the effectiveness of any measures taken.

7. Residual Risk Evaluation
7.1.

MAS shall use the criteria defined in the risk management plan to evaluate any residual risk that
remains after application of risk control measure(s). MAS shall apply further risk control
measures if the residual risk does not meet the criteria.

7.2.

MAS shall document all relevant information necessary to explain the residual risk(s) if the
residual risk is judged acceptable.

8. Opportunities
8.1.

The methods specified above may also be used for determining opportunities related to this BMS
and its processes. Where such opportunities are identified, they should be noted as such as part
of the final risk assessment report, and action taken as appropriate.

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BMS.0610 R0

Business Management System - Risks and Opportunities
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Such opportunities shall also be considered as part of the organizations’ annual Management
Review process.

9. Records
9.1.

MAS shall maintain the following records as part of each risk management file:






A copy of the risk analysis plan used, including the product or process analyzed,
identification of the person(s) carrying out the analysis, and the analysis date;
Records relating to the risk analysis process used, including techniques, methods and
criteria;
Results of the risk analysis performed;
Records related to any options determined, as well as their implementation and verification;
and
Any contingency plans developed as a result of the risk assessment.

10. Revision History
Revision
0

Date
11/01/15

Description of Change
Initial Release

Approval
SR

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Business Management System - Risks and Opportunities

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Appendix A (Example)
Table 1
Evaluating Risk Likelihood and Consequence
Likelihood
of
Occurrence

Insignificant
1

Consequence if Event Occurs
Minor
Moderate
Major
2
3
4

Catastrophic
5

Frequently
5
Likely
4
Moderate
3
Unlikely
2
Improbable
1

Table 2
Determining the Need for Control
High
Med
Low

Unacceptable Risk: Update product or process design, add additional
controls, review adequacy of current controls
Investigate further risk controls:
Risk is acceptable: No further risk controls required

Table 3
Definitions
Probability (Occurs)
Frequently
Weekly
Likely
<90 Days
Moderate
>90 Days
Unlikely
>1 yr.
Improbable
>5 yr.

Consequence
Catastrophic
Lawsuit
Major
Refund
Moderate
Complaint
Minor
Delay (>15 days)
Insignificant
Delay (<15 days)

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Business Management System - Risks and Opportunities

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This product is provided for informational purposes only. To learn more, please visit us on the web at
www.masquality.com or by contact us by email at information@masquality.com
Copyright MAS Solutions LLC. 2016



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